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Abraham Completes 90 Minutes In Germany

City striker Tammy Abraham won his fifth cap for England Under-21s in Friday’s 1-0 friendly defeat in Germany.

The Chelsea loanee completed the full 90 minutes in Wiesbaden, but was unable to add to his two goals for Aidy Boothroyd’s side, who suffered the same fate as the senior team two days earlier.

Elsewhere, Gustav Engvall was in the Sweden Under-21 line-up, but finished on the losing side as their Serbian counterparts ran out 2-0 winners.

In the senior ranks, Callum O’Dowda and Hordur Magnusson were both unused substitutes for Republic of Ireland and Iceland respectively.

Ireland drew 0-0 with Wales in Dublin, while Iceland were 2-1 victors in Kosovo as both countries remain well placed to qualify for next year’s World Cup in Russia.

O’Dowda and Magnusson will come up against each other in a friendly clash on Tuesday.

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